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The treatment of quinine poisoning with charcoal haemoperfusion

Postgraduate Medical Journal

Jun 1, 1983

Michael D. MorganJohn A Henry

PMID: 6634542

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Quinine poisoning is rare but serious. Attempts at treatment by active removal have proved unsuccessful because of its high degree of protein binding. We describe two cases of non-accidental overdose of quinine (19.5 g and 15 g) with potentially fatal serum quinine levels. Both patients...read more

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Cinchona calisaya
Visual Disturbance
Protein Binding
Quinbisan
Cinchona pubescens
Quinine
Entire Stellate Ganglion
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Poisoning
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The treatment of quinine poisoning with charcoal haemoperfusion

Postgraduate Medical Journal

Jun 1, 1983

Michael D. MorganJohn A Henry

PMID: 6634542

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Abstract

Quinine poisoning is rare but serious. Attempts at treatment by active removal have proved unsuccessful because of its high degree of protein binding. We describe two cases of non-accidental overdose of quinine (19.5 g and 15 g) with potentially fatal serum quinine levels. Both patients...read more

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Cinchona calisaya
Visual Disturbance
Protein Binding
Quinbisan
Cinchona pubescens

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